Phantoms and Development by Master HORA - Page 4: Phantoms and development
If you are working on moving forward, on the development of both yourself and society, then you are a specific engine of a Divine Plan ― this is not begging, being idle and wait for charity to be given. It is to be an active participant of a development plan, of life's development plan.
Practice endurance, gather endurance, and genetically pass it on. Do not wait for what lies ahead ― there, after 100 years ― something will happen, etc. Do not wait for a mercy, that you will be handed another pill ... Start with yourself.
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Master was recently asked a question: WHO AM I?
The one who knows his "I"― there is nothing more he needs.
The one who can answer this question ― this is it, he is self-sufficient.
This question is without an answer ― no one had ever answered it in such way that a human being could understand.
Master was asked this question and he replied in language understandable to a person:
I asked myself the unanswerable question:
Who am I?
Immediately I heard the answer:
The person's "I" ― is his convictions.
I immediately asked the question:
what does this mean?
And I heard:
If person's convictions are phantom like ―
then such a person is
just like a phantom.
Since then I have been silent
and stopped asking myself questions,
I am Silent
and answer questions myself.
Master HORA™, September 2004
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